Saturday, February 27

Dealing with Oily Skin

While it can be tempting to opt for chemically-based acne treatments if your skin is oily and prone to breakouts, more of us are realising that natural skin care products often provide more effective remedies in dealing with spots and associated problems like scarring and redness.

Of course, your skin needs more than just the right products. As well as daily cleansing and moisturizing, you need to be sure you eat a balanced diet, protect yourself against the sun, get enough sleep and drink sufficient water. You should also be quick to notice any changes in your complexion.It’s also important to keep your hands off your face. And if you use heavy fragrances and harsh chemicals on your hair, these can drip on your face, blocking your pores and inflaming your complexion. Take care of your skin on regular basis to protect it from skin problems, dryness and much more

Keep long hair away from your face, and keep your locks clean, especially if some spots have broken out. Stick to a gentle shampoo and conditioner. Equally, go easy on make-up.If you are having severe and persistent skin problems, seek professional help.

The Australian body care tea tree range is one set of products you can use on an oily skin with confidence. Extracted from a tree only found Down Under, Australian body care tea tree oil is easily absorbed, tough on bacteria and fungus, and can be used in different ways so it’s not just for greasy skin. Use for after sun care and, since it’s an antiseptic, it can be used to treat minor injuries like cuts and grazes too.


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